Is Monday the 8th a long weekend holiday?

The first official holiday of July is approaching, but could it become a long weekend thanks to the addition of a holiday for tourist purposes?

The Holidays are moments long awaited by many for getaways. and rest from the daily routine, exploring new locations and immersing yourself in tourist activities that enrich the personal and family experience.

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For this reason, after the last long holiday in June and before the request from the tourism sector to add a new onegiven the drop in reservations and tickets that was recorded, many began to get excited that Monday the 8th is declared a holiday, thus adding it to July 9 and managed to make another 4-day weekend. Is there a chance of that happening?

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One less holiday to schedule: the 8th will not be a long weekend

Is Monday, July 8, 2024 a holiday for tourist purposes?

Next Monday, July 8, 2024, has generated speculation among the population regarding whether it will be declared a holiday for tourist purposes. This date, which could join the Independence Day holidayhas aroused the interest of many citizens who are waiting for the opportunity to enjoy another long weekend

However, according to official sources from the national government, it has been confirmed that on Monday, July 8, 2024 It will not be a holiday for tourist purposes. This decision is based on several factors, including the planning the work and educational calendar for the current yearas well as logistical and economic considerations that influence the determination of holidays.

Holidays 2024: immovable and transferable calendar

The remaining immovable holidays in 2024

  • July 9th: Independence Day.
  • December 8: Day of the Immaculate Conception of Mary.
  • December 25th: Christmas

Remaining transferable holidays in 2024

  • 17 of August: Passage to the Immortality of General Don José de San Martín.
  • October 12 °: Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity.
  • November 20: National Sovereignty Day.
 
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